Anonymous asked in Education & ReferenceWords & Wordplay · 1 month ago

How can I symbolize school subjects with magical abilities? ?

I could use some help thinking up some magical powers that can indirectly symbolize typical school subjects. For example physical education could have super speed as its power. I'm trying to base abilities off subjects like english, maths, sciences, the arts etc. 

I don't mind which subjects so if you think of any ideas for unique subjects that would still be much appreciated!! Sorry for my lack of clear explanation. Thank you!!!!


I don't mind how strange or specific your ideas are... I would love to hear them!!! Anything on english, maths, geography, history, PE, biology, chemisty, physics, art, drama, music or anything else you can think of would be great!!!!!

4 Answers

  • j153e
    Lv 7
    1 month ago

    Some ideas:

    English:  ability to speak eloquently (like a Shakespearean play);

    maths:  ability to understand complex things, formulas, algorithms;

    geography:  ability to work with gnomes;

    history:  time travel (like "Rush Revere and the Brave Pilgrims");

    PE:  super strength, super agility;

    biology:  ability to talk with animals;

    chemistry:  ability to do alchemy ("The Most Holy Trinosophia" by Le Comte de St-Germain);

    physics:  super-scientist;

    art:  ability to make extraordinary paintings;

    drama:  ability to stage illusions;

    music:  ability to make beautiful music of the spheres.

    • Gabi1 month agoReport

      They are all so good!! Thank you!!!

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  • 1 month ago

    History could be linked with time travel, and that's about everything I've got.

    It's hard to find connections between classroom subjects and super powers.  That's because kids fantasize about superpowers because classes are so friggin' boring.

    • Gabi1 month agoReport

      I like your point!!!

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  • JJ
    Lv 7
    1 month ago

    History could have hindsight as a superpower.

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  • 1 month ago

    I'm just really hurt rn and won't

    • Gabi1 month agoReport

      Okay, good to know... I suppose

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